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New dates announced

Please note a change of dates since this video was recorded. The exhibition will now open on 3 October 2020 and run until 24 January 2021. 

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Watch and read more about Artemisia:

Artemisia's rape trial

At 17, Artemisia was raped by the painter Agostino Tassi. Learn about the trial that followed and hear Artemisia's voice from the original court transcript

Judith beheading Holofernes

Visceral, violent, and in a class of its own – discover Artemisia's iconic 'Judith beheading Holofernes'

Artemisia in London

Artemisia travelled to London by royal invitation of King Charles I. Learn about her time in the city and how it produced one of her most intriguing self portraits

Artemisia in ballpoint pen

Gina Siciliano and Letizia Treves in conversation

Artist Gina Siciliano discusses her graphic novel 'I Know What I Am: The Life and Times of Artemisia Gentileschi' with curator of the Gallery’s 'Artemisia' exhibition, Letizia Treves

Artemisia in her own words

Self-assured and determined, passionate and sometimes vulnerable, Artemisia’s voice is brought to life through her words and personal letters

Artemisia Gentileschi

Artemisia Gentileschi's turbulent life story often overshadows her art, but she was the most celebrated female artist of the 17th century
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